With more than 40 years of experience in the manufacture and sale of finishing machines, Tauler Laminating Tech stands as a beacon of innovation in the field of laminating machines. Having distributed around 3,100 machines on five continents since its founding in 1960, Tauler has been constantly committed to technological innovation and industrial development.
Tauler’s management foresees the future of paper lamination evolving in response to the changing dynamics of the industry. The number of laminators, or companies specialising in lamination, has been offset by the increasing need for fast order fulfilment. As a result, most printers are investing in laminators to speed up production. Tauler foresees a future in which small machines running at high speed become the norm. Emphasising redundancy, many printers prefer two small presses rather than one large press to ensure uninterrupted lamination services. In addition, the ongoing digitisation of the industry, with fewer offset presses available, shapes the landscape of future laminating technology.
Laminating Tech is at the forefront of technological advances, recently incorporating a foiling service to its machines. This is a specialised finishing technique in which a thin metallic or coloured film is applied to specific areas of the printed material, creating a shiny, reflective effect. This process enhances the visual appeal of the print by adding a metallic sheen or vibrant colour to selected design elements. This strategic move aligns with the changing needs of the industry, offering printers greater capabilities and versatility in their lamination processes.
As Tauler Laminating Tech continues to lead the way in innovation and adaptability, its vision for the future of laminating technology is becoming increasingly relevant. The company’s commitment to meeting the demands of a dynamic industry ensures that Tauler remains a key player in shaping the trajectory of paper lamination.